Reach a Reader in Trail; small change creates big changes

All proceeds go toward local literacy programs through CBAL for Literacy, get a Trail Times today with each donation.

All proceeds go to local literacy programs at Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy. For details on locations in the Trail area

Reach a Reader, an annual fundraiser for literacy programs through Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy, will have community leaders and volunteers distributing newspapers and collecting donations on Wednesday. Loonies for Literacy piggy banks will be available in communities throughout October.

Loonies for Literacy

All proceeds from Trail Times newspaper donations on Oct. 5 will go directly into CBAL programs. In Trail and Fruitvale, Kootenay Savings Credit Union will have banks in their branches

to collect donations as will ProVision Optical, Crockett Books, CBAL office, Elite Physiotherapy and Evergreen Physiotherapy. Funds will go to the community in which they are raised to support free literacy programs.. Coun. Eleanor Gattafoni (left) Trail Times Circulation Manager Michelle Bedford (middle) will be selling newspapers at Ferraro Foods and

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